Olivia lacked the confidence to even consider attending a four-year college. She came to FRCC—and is now on track to graduate with a bachelor’s degree from CSU.
As fall arrives, many students don’t realize it is also the time of year that scholarship applications begin to open up for the next school year. Read our tips!
36th Annual Front Range Community College Foundation golf tournament will raise money for student scholarships and FRCC programs. The FRCC Foundation is hosting its annual golf tournament on Friday, June 11, at Thorncreek Golf Course in Thornton. Each year, the foundation hosts this tournament to bring together the local community to have some fun while […]
Longmont, Colo. – The Front Range Community College (FRCC) Foundation has received a major donation from The Ball Foundation—the philanthropic arm of Ball Corporation. The $50,000 gift will fund scholarships for students pursuing a certificate or degree in manufacturing. The Ball donation comes as the manufacturing industry nationwide is struggling to address a shortage of […]
If college is the first time you’ve ever had to be financially independent, do yourself a favor: Establish a budget. It may not sound fun at first—but you’ll be really glad you did it. Budgeting is worth your time for a lot of reasons: It prevents you from overspending. (This also help you to avoid […]
The application period for Front Range Community College (FRCC) Foundation scholarships is now open and closes March 1. Scholarships to attend FRCC are the key to an exceptional education when the funds just aren’t there to pay for college. I know. I am a scholarship recipient studying at the Boulder campus—a very grateful recipient. Follow […]
As we enter into the middle of the fall school semester, mid-term exams are popping up and anticipation for Thanksgiving and winter vacations are starting to rise. Some people might not realize that this is also the time to begin seeking free money for next school year. That’s right, many applications are opening up now […]
I remember the days – not that long ago, really – when the pressure was on to file the Free Application for Federal Student Aid. That’s the FAFSA. It was and still is important to fill out and file the FAFSA because the FAFSA is the entry point for you or your children to qualify […]